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Respiratory Motion Correction in Emission Tomography Image Reconstruction
 

Summary: Respiratory Motion Correction in Emission
Tomography Image Reconstruction
Mauricio Reyes1
, GrŽegoire Malandain1
, Pierre Malick Koulibaly2
,
Miguel A. GonzŽalez Ballester3
, and Jacques Darcourt2
1
Epidaure team, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France
{Mauricio.Reyes Aguirre,Gregoire.Malandain}@sophia.inria.fr
2
Nuclear medicine department, Centre Antoine Lacassagne, Nice, France
3
MEM center, University of Bern, Switzerland
Abstract. In Emission Tomography imaging, respiratory motion causes
artifacts in lungs and cardiac reconstructed images, which lead to misin-
terpretations and imprecise diagnosis. Solutions like respiratory gating,
correlated dynamic PET techniques, list-mode data based techniques
and others have been tested with improvements over the spatial activity

  

Source: Ayache, Nicholas - INRIA

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Engineering